UCF wide receiver Marlon Williams announced on Monday that he has played his last game as a Knight.
Williams, who did not play in Friday’s win over South Florida, will skip UCF’s bowl game and begin his preparation for the NFL combine and 2021 NFL Draft.
Thank You UCF For Everything⚡️ #chargeon⚔️ pic.twitter.com/7JZCvoLa8v— Marlon Williams (@TheReall__6) November 30, 2020
Williams had one of the greatest seasons by any UCF Knights wideout in program history, racking up 71 receptions for 1,039 yards and ten touchdowns in just eight games.
Most yards after catch by WRs this season— PFF College (@PFF_College) November 29, 2020
1. DeVonta Smith, Alabama - 550
2. Elijah Moore, Ole Miss - 505
3. Amari Rodgers, Clemson - 487
4. Marlon Williams, UCF - 444 pic.twitter.com/Yy0BHMJl9g
Williams ends his Knights career among the program's top 10 in career yards receiving (2,260), receptions (157), and touchdowns (19). His best game was against Memphis, when he pulled in 13 balls for 191 yards and a TD:
He also had 9 catches for 174 and 3 TDs against Tulane the following game:
We’ve seen no word yet on Williams’ draft projections. We will follow him as well as all other potential UCF draftees in the coming months.